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The Death of Lord Nelson


Published July 12, 2007


Librivox recording of The Death of Lord Nelson by William Beatty, M.D.

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"The Surgeon of the late illustrious Lord NELSON feels himself called
upon, from the responsible situation which he held on the eventful day
of the 21st of October 1805, to lay before the British Nation the
following Narrative. It contains an account of the most interesting
incidents which occurred on board the Victory. (Lord NELSON's flag-ship)
from the time of her sailing from England, in the month of September,
till the day of battle inclusively". - William Beatty

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